New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000

Before its repeal, this Act was administered by: Ministry of Health
  • repealed
  • New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000: repealed, on 1 July 2022, by section 103(1) of the Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Act 2022 (2022 No 30).

Schedule 3 Provisions applying to DHBs and their boards

s 45(1)


2Appointed members
3Elected members
4Terms or conditions of office, and remuneration [Repealed]
5Training relating to members’ obligations and duties
6Resignation [Repealed]
7Vacation of office
8Removal from office
9Reasons for removal of elected members
10Chairperson and deputy chairperson
12Vacation of office
13Removal from office
15Further provisions relating to teleconferences [Repealed]
16Meetings of boards to be publicly notified
17Meetings not publicly notified in accordance with clause 16
18Members to be notified of meetings
19Availability of agendas and reports
20Availability of agendas and reports in special circumstances
21Public may inspect or request copies of minutes of meeting
22Public notification of resolution at emergency meeting
23Defamatory matter in copy of agenda or additional particulars supplied to public or in minutes of meeting
24Oral statements at meetings privileged
26Further provisions relating to quorum
27Presiding member
28Dealing with items not on agenda for meeting
30Supplementary procedure
31Admission of public
32Right of board to exclude public
33Resolution excluding public
34Provisions applying when meeting open to public
35Maintenance of order
36Disclosure of interests
37Minister may waive or modify application of clause 36(2)
40Effect of delegation
41Seal [Repealed]
42Contracts and other enforceable obligations [Repealed]
43Dealings with land
44Employees of DHBs
45ARestrictions on giving of guarantees and indemnities and the use of derivatives
47Tax status [Repealed]
48Address for service [Repealed]
49Public Records Act 2005 to apply